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In the 20th-season opener, a war veteran's body is found in a university parking garage, and the subsequent murder investigation leads Lupo and Bernard to a law professor (David Alan Basche) who once worked for the Department of Justice. Greg Tanner: Creig (more…)
A fatal drunken-driving accident may be more than what it seems when a suspicious nasal spray is found at the scene. In the course of the investigation, Detectives Lupo and Bernard turn their attention toward the victim's boss (Rich Sommer).
The slaying of a witness in a murder trial kicks off an investigation that exposes a conspiracy rife with affairs, black-market dealings and drug cartels, and creates a predicament for ADA Connie Rubirosa and the remaining witnesses.
The victim of a 30-year-old crime is fearful when information received by detectives creates the possibility of a new trial for the perpetrator. Munoz: Edouard DeSoto. Marks: Talia Balsam. Costello: Leonardo Cimino. Judge Rockwell: Tom Stechschulte.
The discovery of a body leads to a case involving the victim's fiancé (Frederick Weller) and the fiancé's psychiatrist (Lindsay Crouse). Webber: Fritz Weaver. Janssen: Jenny O'Hara. Mrs. Gorham: Gail Strickland. Gorham: Dennis Creaghan. Mrs. Garrett: Ros (more…)
A fatal shooting at a dance club involves a hip-hop artist and his movie-star girlfriend (Cyrus Farmer, Kerry Washington). Garber: Daniel Hugh Kelly. Lonnie Liston: Idris Elba. Amanda Reese: Colleen Werthmann. James Wilson: David Aron Damane. Lewin: Dianne (more…)
In the murder case of a publishing company's black CEO, the defense attorney attempts to have racism considered a mental disorder. Ray Burrows: Steven Rishard. Al Archer: Dennis Boutsikaris. Dr. Emil Skoda: J.K. Simmons. Angela Reddick: Gay Thomas-Wilson (more…)
A priest (John Dossett) who is given information by a murder suspect in the suspect's apartment refuses to tell the police what he knows. While McCoy respects the cleric's stand, he questions whether the confessional seal should apply, since the parties d (more…)